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" According to him, it misleads painters, as for instance Diirer, to see and represent nothing in the human face but the skull. The artist should " take every sort of view of animals, in fact, except one — the butcher's view. He is never to think of them... "
Congressional Serial Set - Сторінка 676
1892
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The Works of John Ruskin, Honorary Student of Christ Church ..., Випуск 68,Том 4

John Ruskin - 1872
...grasp, or cling, or trot, or pat, in their paws and claws. He is to take every sort of view of them, in fact, except one, — the Butcher's view. He is never to think of them as bones and meat. Thirdly. — In the representation of their appearance, the knowledge of bones and meat, of joint and...
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The Works of John Ruskin, Honorary Student of Christ Church, Oxford: The ...

John Ruskin - 1872
...grasp, or cling, or trot, or pat, in their paws and claws. He is to take every sort of view of them, in fact, except one, —the Butcher's view. He is never to think of them as bones and meat. Thirdly.—In the representation of their appearance, the knowledge of bones and meat, of joint and...
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The Eagle's Nest: Ten Lectures on the Relation of Natural Science to Art ...

John Ruskin - 1872 - 232 стор.
...grasp, or cling, or trot, or pat, in their paws and claws. He is to take every sort of view of them, in fact, except one, — the Butcher's view. He is never to think of them as bones and meat. Thirdly. — In the representation of their appearance, the knowledge of bones and meat, of joint and...
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The Works of John Ruskin: Time and tide, by Weare and Tyne. "Unto this last ...

John Ruskin - 1887
...grasp, or cling, or trot, or pat, in their paws and claws. He is to take every sort of view of them, in fact, except one, — the Butcher's view. He is never to think of them as bones and meat. Thirdly. — In the representation of their appearance, the knowledge of bones and meat, of joint and...
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The Complete Works of John Ruskin, Том 17

John Ruskin - 1891
...grasp, or cling, or trot, or pat, in their paws and claws. He is to take every sort of view of them, in fact, except one, — the Butcher's view. He is never to think of them as bones and meat. Thirdly. — In the representation of their appearance, the knowledge of bones and meat, of joint and...
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Nature, Том 45

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1892
...degradation, and has been essentially destructive to every school of art in which it has been practised." According to him, it misleads painters, as for instance...eyes, but it is better still to know, for instance, how the male and female skeleton differ ; why the kneecap follows the direction of the foot during...
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Nature, Том 45

1892
...degradation, and has been essentially destructive to every school of art in which it has been practised." According to him, it misleads painters, as for instance...eyes, but it is better still to know, for instance, how the male and female skeleton differ ; why the kneecap follows the direction of the foot during...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Том 41

1892
...sees and portrays only the skull in the face. " The artist should take every sort of view of animals except one — the butcher's view. He is never to think of them as bones and meat." f It would be a waste of time and trouble to refute such errors, and demonstrate what an indispensable...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1893
...before the University of Oxford. Even in the preface he deplores its pernicious influence on Mautegna and Diirer, as contrasted with Botticelli and. Holbein,...eyes, but it is better still to know, for instance, how the male and female skeleton differ ; why the kneecap follows the direction of the foot during...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1893
...painters, as for instance Diirer, to see and represent nothing in the human face but the skull. Tin-, artist should " take every sort of view of animals,...eyes, but it is better still to know, for instance, how the male and female skeleton differ; why the kneecap follows the direction of the foot during extension,...
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